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Quantum Chemistry and Dynamics of Excited States: Methods and Applications | Leticia Gonzalez, Roland Lindh | ISBN: 1119417759, 978-1119417750, B08P84P2XW

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سال انتشار: 2021

تعداد صفحات: 668

زبان فایل: انگلیسی

فرمت فایل: pdf

حجم فایل: 14MB

ناشر: Wiley

An introduction to the rapidly evolving methodology of electronic excited states

For academic researchers, postdocs, graduate and undergraduate students, Quantum Chemistry and Dynamics of Excited States: Methods and Applications reports the most updated and accurate theoretical techniques to treat electronic excited states. From methods to deal with stationary calculations through time-dependent simulations of molecular systems, this book serves as a guide for beginners in the field and knowledge seekers alike. Taking into account the most recent theory developments and representative applications, it also covers the often-overlooked gap between theoretical and computational chemistry.

An excellent reference for both researchers and students, Excited States provides essential knowledge on quantum chemistry, an in-depth overview of the latest developments, and theoretical techniques around the properties and nonadiabatic dynamics of chemical systems.

Readers will learn:

●Essential theoretical techniques to describe the properties and dynamics of chemical systems

●Electronic Structure methods for stationary calculations

●Methods for electronic excited states from both a quantum chemical and time-dependent point of view

●A breakdown of the most recent developments in the past 30 years

For those searching for a better understanding of excited states as they relate to chemistry, biochemistry, industrial chemistry, and beyond, Quantum Chemistry and Dynamics of Excited States provides a solid education in the necessary foundations and important theories of excited states in photochemistry and ultrafast phenomena.